I selected this inn as the first night on our Oregon Coast trip. It was a delightful escape from a long flight from St. Louis and a 2 hour drive from PDX. We drove along the Washington side of the Columbia River and enjoyed the scenery.
My husband and I explored the Inn and looked at all of the open rooms. They are wonderfully furnished. This is the oldest hotel in Washington, so it does have some age quirks. We liked our room 3, but next time, I will opt for room 4, that has it's own little outdoor deck.
The on premise Shoalwater Restaurant, had the best food, on our entire trip. We had fresh scallops with a japanese hajiki salad that was divine. The scallops melted in your mouth and were the size of silver dollars. The fresh halibut was also excellent.
We had a fresh country breakfast in the morning. One aside, if you are a light sleeper, bring earplugs as you are on top of hwy. 101.